Public wants improved access to the arts for deaf audiences

A new poll has found that an overwhelming majority of people want to see venues, galleries and museums do more to support deaf, deafened and hard of hearing audiences. Nearly eight out of ten people (77%) were in favour of venues offering more captioned performances, according to a poll carried by our associates Sapio Research. …

Collective bolsters team with two new Members

Campaign Collective, the social enterprise communications firm that was recently named Better Society Consultancy of the Year, continues its growth with the addition of two new senior professionals. Beth Andlaw joins the Collective from her previous role as Head of Third Sector at The PHA Group. A former director at Grayling, Andlaw brings expertise in issues-based …

Collective Members support search for apprentice team of the year

For the sixth year in a row Campaign Collective Members have successfully supported the Brathay Apprentice Challenge.  Last week nine apprentices from GSK in Ulverston were named apprentice team of the year 2017 at Brathay Trust’s Windermere headquarters. The Brathay Apprentice Challenge (#BAC17) sees teams of apprentices from across the country compete in a series …

Collective joins Charity Comms network

Campaign Collective has become the latest organisation to join the Charity Comms network. The organisation, founded in 2007, now boasts over 500 organisations and 4,000-plus individuals working in charity communications and marketing. Simon Francis, Founder Member of Campaign Collective said: We’re delighted to join the Charity Comms network and will use our membership to work …